In accordance with Resolution No.
The expansion of the list of marked products was initiated by the business community, whose representatives have remarked upon the expedience of applying a track & trace system to this sector. A number of leading industrial organisations and manufacturers of tyre products are worried about the increased level of illegal circulation and have expressed their willingness to take part in the experiment.
On 8 June 2018, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia held a public discussion on introducing the track & trace digital system for tyres and tyre casings and on conducting a voluntary experiment for marking this group of goods.
During the discussion, issues related to formulating an action plan for the introduction of the mandatory marking were raised, as well as related to conducting scientific and research work at the Scientific and Research Institute of Rubber and Polymer Products JSC (Rostec State Corporation). A working group was set up based on the results of the discussion.
This included representatives of the industry’s leading entrepreneur associations of Russia, including Scientific and Research Institute of Rubber and Polymer Goods JSC, Kordiant JSC, Tyre Manufacturers Association, etc.
On 22 June 2018, the Center for Research in Perspective Technologies held a meeting with a working group in which issues of possible track & trace for types — Data Matrix and RFID tags — were discussed. Businesses took an active part in all stages of the project’s discussion.
Preparations are underway for conducting scientific and research work to determine the optimal methods for applying the digital codes, and a webinar schedule is being created, in which industry players can become familiarised with general concepts of marking and the procedure of the planned experiment.
|RFID solutions architect, CRPT Operator LLC||Vladimir Boryaev|
|Documentation support analyst, CRPT Operator LLC||Elizaveta Belevtseva|
|Director for development of new business areas, CRPT Operator LLC, and Head of the working group||Dmitry Skorchelletti|
|Advisor of the Division for Interaction with State Authorities in the Sphere of Preventing Illegal Turnover of Industrial Goods of the Department for Development of Domestic Trade, Track&trace Digital System and Legalisation of Goods Circulation of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.||Valeriya Valeeva|
|Director General, Laboratory of Industrial Solutions LLC||Dmitry Pukhov|
|Head of the Design Department/Chief Designer's Department at Scientific and Research Institute of Rubber and Polymer Products JSC||Mikhail Andreev|
|Director, Scientific and Research Institute of Rubber and Polymer Products JSC||Vyacheslav Korchashkin|
|Executive Director, Association of Tyre Manufacturers||Nadezhda Churmeeva|
|Deputy Director/ Director of the Representative Office, Tatneft-Neftekhim Management Company LLC||Sergey Zhadan|
|Head of Interaction with Authorities, Kordiant JSC||Anton Akimov|
|Senior Engineer of the Technical Service of the Support and Technical Service Office, Bridgestone CIS LLC.||A.V. Kharchuk.|
|Manager for Corporate Client Relations, Nokian Tyre LLC.||E. I. Timokhina.|
|Legal Advisor, Goodyear Russia LLC||A. Yu. Smirnova|
|Officer-in-Charge of Technical Regulation, Public Relations Department, Eastern European Division of MICHELIN Russian Tyre Production Company LLC||E. Yu. Rybakova|
|Technical Specialist for Customer Relations, Continental Tyres Rus LLC||Mikhail Kuznetsov|
|Manager for Public Relations and Sustainable Development, Pirelli Tyre Russia LLC||Ekaterina Dulepina|